Avid sports fan and golf nut. I am a lifelong resident of the Washington D.C. area and love to follow the local teams. Also worked as a golf professional in the Middle Atlantic PGA for several years and am intrigued by the game to no end. I love to play and practice and am dedicated to continual improvement.
In the course of my travels, I love to sample jambalaya. Here’s my current top picks – Check ’em out!
1) Dead Dog Saloon, Murrells Inlet, SC
2) Shrimpy’s Blues Bistro, Treasure Island, FL
3) The Cheesecake Factory, Bethesda, MD
Bertucci’s Southington, CT
Miller’s Ale House, Rockville, MD
- "There is money you earn as salary, bonuses, investments, interest, theft; and then there's money that you win playing golf. Now that's real money." -Bill Murray
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Yesterday, I played Northwest Golf Course in Silver Spring, Maryland. We usually get out here four or five times per year and on this beautiful Masters Sunday, we enjoyed crystal clear skies and comfortable 70 degree temperatures. With perfect scoring … Continue reading
Charles Mingus once said, “Making the simple complicated is commonplace; making the complicated simple, awesomely simple, that’s creativity.” Last weekend that was the theory of the case I set out to prove on my 54-hole eastern shore jaunt. The plan … Continue reading
Summary We played Hog Neck Golf Course in Easton, MD on Sunday, November 9, 2014. On every trip back, I’m reminded of the time several decades back when the United States was flirting with metric system implementation. Hog Neck is … Continue reading
Summary We played Prospect Bay Country Club in Graysonville, MD on Sunday, November 3, 2013. When you look at the scorecard, the course doesn’t appear to be that challenging, at least from the white tees which measure 6,196 yards and … Continue reading
Summary On Friday, November 2nd, I made my way down to Queenstown Harbor to play the River course just a few days removed from Hurricane Sandy. Queenstown is a 36-hole facility with The River being the more upscale play, and … Continue reading